Members of the GOP establishment fear Trump, despise Cruz, will accept Rubio and can't remember who this Kasich person is. And Hillary is paying herself to run.
Friday at CPAC was all candidates and fireworks; Ted Cruz set the crowd on fire, Carson said goodbye, and conservatives partied into the night.
Trump’s now-cancelled speech at the American Conservative Union’s CPAC has produced more than customary excitement at the conference, not all positive.
The current flirtation with demagoguery must come to an end if we are to fulfill our role and move America forward.
The spotlight is moving away from spectacle back to issues and activists, where it began in 1980.
Ben Carson is the most substantive candidate in the race and promises to bring bolder, more fundamental and smarter changes to Washington than does Trump.
Trump's bluster, Cruz's ethics, Rubio's Latin disconnect, Carson's mild manner—we're getting to know these men; what does our support for them say about us?
Republicans from Jeb Bush to Donald Trump are dancing across South Carolina to drum up support; when the polls close, they'll don their Elvis wigs and do Vegas.
Scalia was as reliably conservative as Ginsburg is reliably liberal; is the Supreme Court as reliably partisan as Hillary, Cruz, Rubio, Obama and Congress?
Evangelical voters support Donald Trump and Ted Cruz—neither one showing strong Christian virtues—over Ben Carson, a man who does. Why do they ignore Carson?
Political correctness, Dr. Ben Carson’s primary target, has brought us to this place of ‘no-speak.’
More than Benghazi or her emails, the Goldman Sachs debacle epitomizes what's wrong with Hillary and why she's the candidate the left and right love to hate.
Hillary Clinton is losing younger women voters to Bernie Sanders, and threats by feminist icons Madeleine Albright and Gloria Steinem are not helping her case.
Gov. John Kasich is poised to surprise the national media with a strong showing in New Hampshire that could finally alter the state of the race for the Republican nomination.
For conservatives having a Justice Barack Obama glaring over cases involving right-to-life, Christian rights, or the Second Amendment is anathema.
Ted Cruz stooped to dishonesty to get a few delegates at Ben Carson's expense; Sarah Palin, no stranger to calling out her party won't let that go unchallenged.
The quality of Carson's leadership is not his ability to bluster and bully and strut across a stage, but to look death in the eye and then plan its defeat.
Bernie Sanders has integrity and passion in his corner; Hillary has cynical, insider, ruthless pragmatism in hers. Which do you really want in the White House?
The candidates are racing around Iowa to stress their experience credentials; just one is stressing integrity and his complete devotion to the American people.
Donald Trump, Carly Fiorina, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and Chris Christie are talented and accomplished people, but they aren't the best choice for the GOP.